Sol have released their new EN B paraglider for 2012: the Ellus 4
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Sol have revealed their new professional acro wing, the Supersonic 2011
Sol’s new competition harness, the CXC, has a removable cone fairing and is EN and LTF certified.
Brazilian paraglider manufacturer Sol have been experimenting with a one-liner paraglider, named simply the One.
The Spring 2 harness has an 18cm foam back protector, and an optional airbag which can be zipped on and off.
Sol say they focussed on building a great thermal climbing machine with the new EN D Torck 2.
The new Sol Mountain Light Calliplox paraglider harness weighs in at just 3.6kg, and the company believe that makes it one of the lightest on the market with its spec, which includes 18cm foam protection and a Cygnus airbag.
Italian pilot Benedetto Lo Tufo wins his choice of paraglider from either Aircross, Apco, Gin, Gradient, Ozone or Sol in the Cross Country Magazine Readers Draw
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Brazilian paraglider manufacturer Sol have a new Team T shirt that is available in grey or black, plus two new items of sun-protection headwear.
Sol’s say their new competition paraglider, the Tracer TR2, offers very high performance with good handling and excellent stability and performance at speed.
Sol have issued a safety notice concerning the way the foam back protector has been fitted in three of their harness models. A kit is available from Sol to owners of these harnesses, that will address the problem.
Argentinian paragliding acro star Hernan Pitocco infinite tumbles a paramotor.
Sol’s new sports paraglider, the Synergy 4, is certified EN C in M and L sizes, with S and XL to follow.
Spanish acro paraglider pilot Horacio Llorens has broken the world record for Infinite Tumbles. He executed 281 successive revolutions on Saturday 5 December in Nepal after D-bagging from a helicopter at 5,000 m…
Frank Brown and Kamira Pereira have flown Sol Tracers to the top spots in both the Open and female categories of the Brazilian paragliding nationals 2009
Brazil’s Kamira Rodrigues has flown a record-beating 323 km from Quixada, north east Brazil. If ratified by the FAI the flight, which took place on 8 November, will be a new women’s world record
Sol have brought out an extra small version of their school paraglider, the Prymus 3, in response to requests from many of the 65 schools all over the world that use them for training. Certified for take-off weights of 45 – 65 kg, Sol say the XS Prymus 3 is ideal for lightweight beginners and [...]
Sol’s new Ellus 3 has been certified LTF 1-2 and EN B in M and L sizes, with S and XL to follow very shortly. It is aimed at a wide range of pilots, from beginners to the more experienced. Sol has increased the aspect ratio of the wing over the previous incarnation, and added [...]